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Haarlem 1647-11/1647-11-20
born in Haarlem in 1646 (Houbraken); baptized November 20, 1647 (Willingen/Kinkelder 1993/1998)
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Amsterdam 1733-06/1733-07-02
buried July 2, 1733
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Fifth child (of seven) of Jan Maertenszen van Huchtenburgh from Noordwijkerhout (died 1650-3 July 1656) and Annetje Joosten van Brussel from Haarlem, who was previously married to Jan Verwer; younger brother of Jacob van Huchtenburgh; after the death of his father (ca. 1650-1656) Hendrick Mommers, his future father-in-law, was appointed as his guardian together with Jan Joosten van Brussel, mother Annetjes step-father. He posted banns with Elisabeth Mommers (Haarlem 1651- Amsterdam 1701) on 21 September 1670; the wedding was on October 7 (Van Thiel-Stroman 2006).
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Huchtenburg is said to have painted figures in the landscapes of Jan van Nickelen (Tieze 2004, p. 22); he worked in Paris under Adam Frans van der Meulen at the Manufacture des Gobelins; he stood in the service of Prince Eugene of Savoy since c. 1708
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  • Haarlem 1667
    He was a close friend of Jan Wyck, the son of his teacher Thomas Wyck, with whom he studied till 1663, when Thomas left for England. 17-year-old Jan went to another master: maybe this was Philips Wouwerman or Hendrick Mommers (both painters of battles and horses) (Biesboer/Köhler et al. 2006, p. 208)
  • Parijs 1667 - 1669
    went to Italy in 1667 but probably didn't come any further than Paris (according to Houbraken); in his introduction on the engravings of the battles of Prinz Eugen von Savoye (printed in 1720) he stated that he worked in Paris since 1667, for the Manufacture des Gobelins under Adam Frans van der Meulen.
  • Rome
    possibly went to Rome; according to Weyerman vol.4, p. 95-96 he met his brother Jacob in Rome; Houbraken however tells, that he never went further than Paris, where he became a pupil and collaborator of Adam Frans van der Meulen and also of Charles Lebrun (Biesboer/Köhler et al. 2006, p. 208).
  • Parijs
    according to Weyerman vol.4, p. 95-96 he went to Paris after Rome to study with Adam Frans van der Meulen
  • Haarlem 1669 - 1676
    back in Holland in 1670 at the latest (Houbraken); back in Haarlem at the end of 1669 and shortly after he became a member of the guild (Willigen 1870); in 1669 he also was already a member of the city militia and in 1671 he was a witness to the settling of his mother' s estate in Haarlem. (Biesboer/Köhler et al. 2006, p. 208 and 210, note 24)
  • Amsterdam 1676 - 1717
    He registered as a citizen on 24 January 1676 ; first lived in the Leidsestraat, later (1693) at the Prinsengracht. He probably enlisted in St. Luke's guild in 1676 (Biesboer/Köhler et al. 2006, p. 208 and 211, notes 37-39); in 1680 he assessed paintings, together with Jan weenix from the estate of Anna Griffet, the third wife of Ludolf Bakhuysen (Biesboer/Köhler et al. 2006, p. 211, note 42) ; 1681 he stood surety for his brother-in-law (Biesboer/Köhler et al. 2006, p. 211 note 43); in April 1681 his daughter Henderina died, while he was living on the west side of the Leidsegracht; on 5 January 1685 he sold two houses in Amsterdam on the Keizersgracht (Biesboer/Köhler et al. 2006, p. 209, 211 note 47); his wife Elisabeth died in a house on the Ooosterse Kade and was buried in teh Zuiderkerk on 12 October 1701; he left Amsterdam c. 1717-1718 ( (Biesboer/Köhler et al. 2006, p. 209)
  • Leiden 1688-09-06
    Auction master in Leiden (Biesboer/Köhler et al. 2006, p. 209, 211 note 49)
  • Haarlem 1692-02-05
    He was in Haarlem to give power of attorney (Biesboer/Köhler et al. 2006, p. 209, 211 note 50)
  • Leiden 1700
    he provided Pieter de la Court with ten battle-scene paintings for his new house in leiden. He also provided more paintings for this collector ( (Biesboer/Köhler et al. 2006, p. 209, 211 note 57)
  • Höchstädt an der Donau 1704-08
    On 22 May 1705 he named Laurens Wijbrants as his deputy because he was planning to go abroad. Houbrakens states that he only left in 170b, but from the fact that Huchtenburg signed a painting of the Battle of Höchstädt with 'Huchtenburgh /B.V. HOOGSTADT/1704' (artwork no. 108656) it could be concluded that he was on the spot of that battle c. 1704-1705 (J. Kosten, 2018-03).
  • Rome 1708 - 1709
    according to Thieme/Becker and Saur 2012 he went to Italy much earlier. In 1708 or 1709 he got in contact with Prince Eugen von Savoyen, according to Saur 2012 during a trip of the prince to the Netherlands.
  • Amsterdam 1710
  • Düsseldorf 1711
    probably delivered painted battle scenes to Elector Johann Wilhelm of the Palatine (Gerson 1942/1983; Biesboer/Köhler et al. 2006, p. 209, 211, note 62)
  • Wenen 1711 - 1717
    It seems plausible that Huchtenburg travelled to Vienna several times to work on the series of the battles of Prince Eugen, who did not travel to the North during his governership of the Austrian Netherlands (J. Kosten, March 2018).
  • Den Haag 1717 - 1730
    Huchtenburg moved to The Hague in the course of 1717; member of he Confrérie Pictura in 1719 (Biesboer/Köhler et al. 2006, p. 209, 211 notes 64-65)
  • Amsterdam 1730 - 1733-07
    c. 1730 he moved in with his daughter Anna Maria in Amsterdam; he also made her his sole heiress. He asked his friend Jan Maurits Quinkhard to sell his paintings after his death (Biesboer/Köhler et al. 2006, p. 209, 211 note 71). He was buried in the Westerkerk in Amsterdam, 'coming from the Bloemgracht' on 2 July 1733, aged 85
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In dit veld worden de diverse onderwerpscategorieën of genres vermeld die in het oeuvre van de beschreven kunstenaar voorkomen. De inhoud van dit veld is doorgaans meer gebaseerd op het aanwezige beeldmateriaal in het RKD dan op de literatuur.
landschap (als genre), italianiserend, portret, architectuur (genre), veldslag, ruiterportret, ruiterstuk
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Ingevoerd op: 1992-02-07; Gewijzigd op: 2018-07-14

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